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July 21, 2018

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January 24, 2018
Mr. Chitwood was such an amazing man. I can't believe he's been gone almost a year. Loved him so much. I still remember his laugh and his smile. Always brightened my day. Still think about him all the time. He was truly a great great man.
April 24, 2017
Kevin was a great person. Always smiling, friendly and made the World a much better place. He will be missed dearly. So very sorry for your loss. Love and prayers, Donna Stukenborg
April 16, 2017
Rest In Peace, Kevin. I was so excited whenbyou brought me into the Turners's working family. Thank you for everything that you've done to help make things simple for me and it was an honor to work by your side as well as getting to know you as a human being. Thanks. Gone too soon. - Ant'juan Avri.
April 10, 2017
Bobbie and Josie,

I still can't find the words to adequately express my overwhelming sadness for the loss of our beloved Kevin. He was always our hero and now he is a hero to all. His infectious laugh, zest for life, dry wit and sarcastic sense of humor lit up every room he walked in.

I am tremendously blessed to have known Kevin for so long-through engagement parties, wedding celebrations, first houses, baby showers, newborns, and family vacations. I will never forget our first summer vacation together at Dufuskie Island. Somehow, Kevin trained a young Josie to be on Chitwood Time, sleeping late until noon so he would never have to get up too early. While the Chitwoods slept, the rest of us went to the beach, worked-out, and had lunch while they were rolling out of bed for breakfast. Kevin loved that island as it was the only place where he could sleep until noon yet still beat the delivery of the morning newspaper which had to be shipped in by boat. He finally found a place that ran late on Chitwood Time. Over the years, he was late for dinners, parties and our other get togethers, laughingly making us adjust to his Chitwood Time.

He will be always loved, forever missed and continue to live on in our hearts forever. Sadly, this time, Chitwood time came much too early

-laura pisacrita